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Egypt police disperses pro Morsi

Egyptian police needed to use tear gas to disperse supporters of ousted Mohamed Morsi after members of the Muslim brotherhood thrown bottles and gravel.

Angered Morsi supporters storm different place after the government appointed ex-army officers as local governors.

According to Farid Ismail, a Muslim brotherhood official, they will continue fighting until Morsi returns as their leader. (Kisses Jabson)

 

Morsi supporters to retaliate

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohhamed Morsi are out again to fight for their embattled president.

It was known that the pro-Morsis have let the Ramadan pass by and are readying themselves for a plan to attack the government.

Morsi backer Muslim brotherhood also warned of a possible bloodshed once the military fights back. (Kisses Jabson)

 

China prohibits New Zealand dairies

China will start prohibiting importing milk and other dairy goods from New Zealand after confirming that the New Zealand milk is contaminated with clostridium botulinum that may harm the health of the drinker.

Aside from China, Fonterra will also recall its exported goods in Australia, Malaysia, Thailand and Saudi Arabia. (Kisses Jabson)

   

Hiroshima officials, residents offer minute of silence for Hiroshima bombing

Hiroshima residents and officials offer a minute of full silence to commemorate the forgettable 68 anniversary of the US atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

Hiroshima government employees and some foreign delegates will gather at 8:15 a.m. to remember the victims of the bombing. (Kisses Jabson)

 

Heated debate causes ramble in Taiwan parliament

Lawmakers from the Taiwan Parliament ended up in a ramble after a heated argument regarding the nuclear plant.

The members were in the middle of voting on the proposed structure of a nuclear plant near Taipei, but shouting ensued, and then people started throwing in bottles and plastic cups, until some of them ended in fistfights.

The vote concerned if they should go through a referendum with their desire to put a stop on the establishment of the nuclear plant.

The Democratic Party in Taiwan is against the Nuclear plant because of what happened in Japan a few years ago, but the Koumintang Party insisted that they will experience power crisis if they will put a stop to the construction of the said project.   (Rey Sibayan)






 

   

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